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Personal Injury Solicitors | Luton | No Win No Fee

By Lewis Cobain. Last Updated 4th June 2023. If you’re looking for No Win No Fee solicitors for the Luton area, you’ve come to the right place.

Have you been injured in an accident that was not your fault? If so, you will be looking to make a claim for personal injury compensation, and this is something that Legal Expert can assist with.

No matter whether you are based in Luton or anywhere else in the UK, we can help you to get the full amount of compensation you deserve. We can also request that your chosen solicitor arranges a local medical if needed.

Below, you can find lots of useful information on working with No Win No Fee solicitors for Luton, which you can browse using the menu below:

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  1. Making A Personal Injury Claim
  2. Luton Solicitors – No Win No Fee Solicitors For The Luton Area
  3. What Types Of Cases Do No Win No Fee Solicitors For Luton Handle?
  4. Get Legal Advice – Free Legal Advice Luton
  5. Helpful Contacts In Luton
  6. Personal Injury Solicitors For Luton – FAQs

Making A Personal Injury Claim

When it comes to making a claim for compensation, we will ensure you are assigned to the best Luton personal injury solicitors based on the ins and outs of your injury claim. This will ensure you have the greatest chance of securing the maximum amount of compensation available.

Nevertheless, if you are to be successful, your personal injury solicitors in Luton will need to prove the following three things to be true:

  • You were owed a duty of care by the individual responsible for the incident
  • This individual breached the duty of care
  • The breach resulted in an injury or illness

If the above applies to your case, you should definitely proceed with making a claim. Nonetheless, it is important to recognise that there is a three-year time limit on all personal injury cases, starting from the date of your diagnosis. There are some exceptions to this rule, though, and so the best thing to do is simply claim as soon as possible. You will also find it a lot easier to build a case if you do this, as gathering evidence will be more straightforward and the details will be fresh in your mind.

Legal Expert’s Research Into Personal Injury Claims Against Luton Council

Over 54% of personal injury claims submitted against Luton Borough Council were caused by slip, trip or fall accidents from April 2022 to April 2023. Legal Expert found that in the same period, defective equipment and pothole accidents were leading causes of claims.

A Freedom of Information request confirmed a total of 24 claims that were submitted against the local authority, whilst £5,465 was paid out in personal injury compensation – much higher than Bedford Borough Council, which spent £3,744 on compensation.

Any council has a duty of care to both employees and visitors to ensure they are reasonably safe when using their premises, spaces or highways. If you were injured due to council negligence, you might be interested in submitting a claim.

Our advisors are on hand 24/7 to offer free advice. Following a consultation, they’ll clarify whether your claim has a good chance of success and could even connect you with one of our specialist personal injury solicitors.

Luton Solicitors – No Win No Fee Solicitors For The Luton Area

If you have been injured due to an accident in the Luton area, you are not obligated to hire a solicitor in Luton. If you choose to enlist the assistance of a lawyer when making your claim, you are free to do so from any law firm in the country.

Much of the claims process can now be handled remotely via conveniences such as email and video calls. Factors such as the firm’s experience are more important than where they are physically based. However, if it makes you feel more comfortable having a face-to-face with a solicitor, this is something that we can arrange for you.

One of the few processes that cannot be carried out remotely is your independent medical assessment. However, we can still organise this at a medical facility that is local to you. This way, your travel is kept to a minimum.

Our solicitors are not physically based in Luton, but they have handled claims regarding incidents there in the past. If you require free legal advice Luton-based accidents, get in touch with our advisors today.

Our No Win No Fee solicitors for the Luton area are ready and waiting to help.

Read reviews of injury lawyers for Luton

When choosing from all of the No Win No Fee solicitors in Luton that are available, it is important to read reviews that have been left by past clients. This can give you a great insight into the service levels provided, as well as the fees charged.

A lot of people are shocked to see the disparity with regards to the insurance premiums charged and the level of success fees. For more information on our fees, contact Legal Expert for a quote.

You can also check out reviews of our service from past clients.

Does the location of the solicitor matter?

There is only one part of a compensation claim that ever needs to be handled locally, and this is your medical. Aside from this, you are free to take advantage of any service available to you across the UK.

As your lawyer does not need to be local, this means you can use a number of other factors to determine the right professional for you, including the success fee they charge. To find out more about how to claim when using Luton personal injury solicitors, please get in touch.

What Types Of Cases Do No Win No Fee Solicitors For Luton Handle?

Below, we’ve provided a breakdown of the types of cases No Win No Fee solicitors for the Luton area can handle.

Workplace accidents

If you have been injured while at work, you can make a claim against your employer under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974.

There are a number of reasons why your employer could be to blame, for example, lack of training, inadequate risk assessments, and allowing employees to use broken equipment without notification. Check out the table below to see what compensation you could claim for different types of injuries.

Injury Severity Notes Compensation
Brain Damage Very severe The person might be able to follow some basic commands. However, they will need full-time care and show little meaningful response to their environment. £282,010 to £403,990
Neck Injury Severe A neck injury that is associated with incomplete paraplegia or results in permanent spastic quadriparesis. In the region of £148,330
Knee Injury Severe (ii) Constant pain and limited movement caused by a leg fracture that has extended into the knee joint. £52,120 to £69,730
Arm Injury Less severe The person will have suffered with significant disabilities. However a substantial recovery has taken place or is expected to. £19,200 to £39,170
Back Injury Moderate (ii) Frequently encountered back injuries, that disturb the ligaments and muscles and cause backache. £12,510 to £27,760
Shoulder Injury Serious A dislocated shoulder with damage to the lower part of the brachial plexus that causes shoulder and neck pain. £12,770 to £19,200
Elbow Injury Moderate or minor Elbow injuries such as lacerations, simple fractures or tennis elbow syndrome. The recovery rate will affect how much is awarded. Up to £12,590
Leg Injury Less serious (iii) Simple tibia or fibula fractures, or soft-tissue injuries, with minor ongoing symptoms. Up to £11,840
Whiplash Injuries With Psychological Injuries One or more Lasting for 18-24 months £4,345
Whiplash Injuries One or more Lasting for 18-24 months £4,215

The figures you can see in this table come from the Judicial College Guidelines, a document that details compensation awards previously made by the courts.

It’s important to remember that not these aren’t guaranteed figures. Each case is different and therefore requires careful scrutiny.

If you opted to work with personal injury solicitors for Luton, especially if you chose to work with us, they’d assess every aspect of your case to ensure you receive the maximum amount of compensation possible.

It’s also possible to claim special damages. This head of claim relates to financial losses sustained as a result of the accident. They can include but aren’t limited to:

  • Loss of earnings
  • Medication costs
  • Loss of future earnings if you’re no longer able to work or perform the same job role
  • Travel costs in relation to appointments for treatment and meeting your personal injury solicitor
  • Care costs if you require someone to look after you while you recover from your injuries.

For more information on what you can include in a personal injury claim following an accident at work, please get in touch.

Road traffic accidents

Road traffic accidents happen every day in the United Kingdom. In 2014, there were 615 accidents in Luton. This represents an increase from 469 accidents in 2013. We have helped road traffic accident victims claim compensation. Scenarios range from cyclists being knocked off their bicycles due to a careless driver, to passengers being injured because the driver was speeding. And there are post-accident consequences too such as whiplash.

Road traffic accident statistics

2014 2015 2016 2017
Pedestrians 16 23 26 30
Cyclists 5 9 7 7
Motorcyclists 12 14 12 10
Car occupants 14 11 21 28
Others 3 1 3 6
Total 50 58 69 81

Serious injuries

We can ensure you are compensated for any serious injuries you have sustained in an accident that was not your fault. You will also receive special damages to cover any out-of-pocket expenses encountered. Speak to our personal injury solicitors for Luton for more information about how to claim online.

Industrial diseases

You can launch a claim for industrial diseases against former and current employers. In most cases, symptoms don’t appear for quite some time, but don’t worry, as you will have three years from the date of your diagnosis to claim.

Slips, trips and falls

Slips, trips and falls are very common in the UK. No matter whether you have been injured while visiting a store, enjoying a walk outdoors, or while working, you can claim if someone else is to blame.

Clinical negligence

If you have been injured while in the care of a medical professional, you may be entitled to compensation if they have breached their duty of care. From incorrect diagnosis to poor hygiene, there are a number of different types of scenarios that lead to medical negligence claims.

Get Legal Advice – Free Legal Advice Luton

You may be seeking Luton solicitors to support your claim. However, you are not restricted to using law firms in Luton. No Win No Fee solicitors based anywhere in the country could potentially help you claim. They could provide their services under a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA).

When you hire No Win No Fee solicitors, you typically will not be expected to pay upfront solicitors fees or pay for ongoing costs. If your claim is successful, a legally capped success fee will be taken from your award. Should your claim fail, you usually won’t have to pay for your solicitor’s services.

If you seek free legal advice after a Luton accident, our advisors could connect you with one of our expert personal injury solicitors. With years of experience and specialising in different types of cases, including accident at work claims and road traffic accident claims, our solicitors could help you if you are eligible to claim.

Whether you are based in Luton or elsewhere in the UK, our solicitors could help you. Get legal advice you can trust free of charge and at whatever time is most convenient for you. You can speak to our advisors at any time to verify your eligibility to work with our solicitors.

Get in touch via the following ways:

  • Calling out 24/7 advice line on 0800 073 8804
  • Popping up to our online claims advisors using the live chat window on your screen
  • Completing a claim online form and we’ll be in touch with you

Helpful Contacts In Luton

There are a number of organisations you may need to contact if you have been injured, aside from a personal injury solicitor for the Luton area, of course. Find the contact information you need below.

Luton and Dunstable University Hospital
Lewsey Road,
LU4 0DZ.
Tel: 01582 491166

Luton County Court & Family Court
2nd Floor,
Cresta House,
Alma Street,
LU1 2PU.
Tel: 0300 123 5577

Luton Police Station
Buxton Road,

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Personal Injury Solicitors For Luton – FAQs

Below, we’ve included some questions we often get asked in relation to the services offered by personal injury solicitors for the Luton area.

How do I find the best No Win No Fee solicitors in Luton?

The location of the incident that caused your injury does not need to determine where you look for legal representation. In other words, if you were injured in Luton, lawyers from anywhere in the country can assist you with your claim. You shouldn’t feel restricted to local lawyers.

Our solicitors for Luton have helped many clients receive compensation. Our solicitors are not physically based in Luton, but this is not a legal requirement. By making use of emails and video calls, you can work with a solicitor from anywhere in the country. A firm’s experience has more importance than their proximity to you.

As such, you may wish to work with one of our solicitors as they have experience handling personal injury claims similar to your own.

For more information on personal injury claims and more free legal advice for Luton claims generally, get in touch with us today. Our advisors are available to answer your questions at any time of the day and night. If we think your claim is valid, we could connect you with one of our expert solicitors.

What is No Win No Fee?

This is a particular policy that prevents the clients from losing too much of their compensation in settlement fees.

So, how does the policy work?

The client only pays their personal injury solicitor’s legal fees if the case is successful.

What does the client have to pay the solicitor?

They would pay a success fee, which is essentially the solicitor’s reward for being victorious.

What does the success fee actually cover?

This would include the solicitor’s time, effort and rate of pay, as well as their other expenses.

How much is the success fee?

This depends, as the success fee has a legal cap, so the final settlement would determine the value of this.

And what is the legal cap?

That currently stands at 25% of the final compensation.

What happens if the case is not successful?

In such an event, the client doesn’t have to pay their solicitor whatsoever.

And when does payment happen?

This happens at the end of the case, so there aren’t any surprise costs before or during the case.

Thank you for reading our guide to working with No Win No Fee solicitors for the Luton Area.

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